Sam Litchfield, III, Chairman
Samuel Warren Litchfield, III (Sam) retired from Nestle USA as an Account Executive after 31 years of service. Mr. Litchfield during his tenure with Nestle dealt with several aspects of the food industry. Pet Care, Confections, Nutritional, Frozen Foods, and Beverage to name a few. Mr. Litchfield in his time with Nestle was a part of the introduction to many new concepts and products in the grocery industry. He was also honored with several achievement awards. His responsibilities during his years of service included merchandising, advertising, forecasting, budgeting, transportation and customer relations. Mr. Litchfield is a Charleston native, married and has two daughters and two grandchildren. His time spent since retirement has been enjoying life at his cottage on Lake Moultrie with his family and friends.
Dr. Edward Keith, Vice Chairman
Dr. Keith is a native of Manning, S.C. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Physics from S.C. State College and earned his Medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine and completed his residency at Louisiana State University. Throughout his education, Dr. Keith was awarded countless awards and honors.
Professionally, Dr. Keith is the owner of Keith Medical/Historical Consulting LLC in Duncan, S.C. Dr. Keith works as an Emergency Medicine Physician in Chapin, S.C. and Winnsboro, S.C. Dr. Keith is active in numerous civic and professional organizations. During his career, Dr. Keith has participated in research and given presentations in the medical field. He has academic as well as hospital affiliations. Dr. Keith continues to stay involved in the medical and civic communities. Dr. Keith is married to Robin M. Keith and has six children.
Keith D. Munson, Secretary / Treasurer
Keith Munson is a Partner in the Greenville office of Womble Bond Dickinson, LLP. He is a trial lawyer with over 25 years experience representing major corporations and governmental entities in complex litigation in the areas of product liability defense, mass tort defense, class action litigation, director and officer liability, and civil/securities fraud. He is admitted to practice law in South Carolina, Florida and Pennsylvania, and before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh and Fourth Circuits, the U.S. District Courts in South Carolina and Florida. Prior to moving into private practice, Mr. Munson was an Operational Law Officer during the Persian Gulf War (Desert Storm) for the 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized), and recipient of the Meritorious Service Medal and the Kuwait Liberation Medal. He also served as a Senior Military Prosecutor in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corps (1988-1991) and as a Special Assistant United States Attorney.
Mr. Munson’s civic involvement has included being a member/spokesperson for the Governor’s Transition Team (2002-2003); board member for the SC Research Universities Centers of Economic Excellence (SmartState); board member of the South Carolina Public Service Authority (Santee Cooper Power); board member representative for the Upstate SC Alliance; and a Diversity Leadership Academy Graduate from Furman University's Riley Institute.
Prior to graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1987, Mr. Munson attended Clemson University. At Clemson, Mr. Munson received the Norris Medal and the Latin Language Award. He also served as President of the Student Senate and is a member of Tiger Brotherhood. Mr. Munson lives in Greenville with his wife, Suzanne, and they have three daughters.
Otis Morris, Jr.
Otis Morris Jr. currently serves as Certified BMW Pre-Owned Sales Manager of BMW of Columbia. He is President and Founder of Pro Bowl Motors. A 1986 graduate and four-year football varsity athlete of the University of South Carolina, Morris earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and a minor in insurance and economy security. He currently serves on the Moore School of Business Advisory Committee and is a former President and lifetime member of the USC Letterman Association. Morris is a member of Bible Way Church of Atlas Road where he serves as Deacon.
With over 32 years of experience, Morris worked for Jim Hudson Automotive, one of Columbia’s top dealerships, for more than 13 years, moving up the ranks from sales representative to sales manager and purchasing agent. In 1998, he founded Pro Bowl Motors, Inc., in the Vista on 701 Lady Street in Columbia, S.C., serving the automotive needs of professional athletes and business professionals. In 2003, upon graduating from the National Automobile Dealers Association, Morris became Dealer Principal of Pro Bowl Ford located in Pittsburg, PA, and in 2006, he returned to Columbia to serve as General Manager of Stivers Mitsubishi until 2008. One year later, Morris reopened Pro Bowl Motors in its current location in Columbia at 1231 Broad River Road, grossing $7 million in sales.
Morris is also Vice President and Partner of Sunrise Enterprise, a public relations firm, and Owner of OMJ Enterprise, LLC Real Estate Investment Company. He remains active in the community and mentors former and active athletes. Morris is married to Tonia L. Morris and has three children, Tamisha, Lauren and Otis III.
Michael "Mickey" M. Renner, Senior Vice President at Wells Fargo, is responsible for leading the bank's business banking division in South Carolina. The state is comprised of four regions with regional leadership in each market. The division employs 100 people that help to meet the financial needs of 3,000 business customers. Business Banking delivers advice, convenience, competitive products and outstanding service to quality businesses with revenues under $30 million, professional groups, non-profits and real-estate specialists. Business banking is dedicated to people, service and ideas.
Renner is a graduate of Western Carolina University with a BSBA in business administration. He also attended the Kenan Flagler Business School at UNC in Chapel Hill, Executive Development Institute.
A leader in the community, Renner is actively involved as the Wells Fargo Volunteers Executive Sponsor and with United Way of the Midlands. Renner serves on the Board of Directors for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Palmetto Agri Business Council, and he serves on the SC Bankers Association Economic and Legislative Council.
Hamilton E. "Bo" Russell, III
Richard N. Chapman
In 2016, Richard Chapman retired from Francis Marion University after 16 years as the University Provost and Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. At FMU, he also served as Chair of the Department of History and as Director of the Honors Program. Dr. Chapman earned his undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis and his Ph.D. from Yale University. He served as a member of the board of trustees for the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics. He is the author of Contours of Public Policy, 1939-1945, and numerous articles in the field of U.S. political and economic history. Dr. Chapman lives in Florence with his wife Marilyn, and they often spend time visiting their son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren.